A Fortunate Life turns 35, Carter heads to Spain

A Fortunate Life by A.B. Facey turned 35 on Anzac Day 2015. First published by Fremantle Press and now licensed to Penguin, the bestselling memoir has gone on to have a long and (need I say it?) ‘fortunate’ life. This week Whoa Flamingo purchased the option for this Aussie classic with a view to producing a new television series.

We’re also pleased to announce that a selection of Fremantle Press titles are off to Spain. Barcelona-based Editorial Yulca has purchased the rights to Alan Carter’s award-winning debut crime thriller Prime Cut, while BiraBiro Editorial has snapped up five titles in Ken Spillman and Chris Nixon’s Jake series.

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